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Periculum entomologicum (1789)



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Author: Thunberg, Carl Peter, 1743-1828, praeses; Törner, Samuel, 1762-1822, respondent; Richmond, Charles Wallace, 1868-1932, former owner. DSI
Subject: Insects
Publisher: Upsaliae : Litteris director. Joh. Edman
Year: 1789
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Latin
Call number: 39088003164191
Digitizing sponsor: Smithsonian
Book contributor: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Collection: biodiversity; americana
Notes: Cullman Library (rare book)

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Library of Congress collection: Dissertationes academicae (Thunberg) no. 109

Also in Thunberg's Dissertationes academicae (Persoon) v. 3, no. 17, 1801. See Brit. Mus. (Nat. Hist.) library catalog, v. 5, p. 2108

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Inaug.--Diss.--Univ. Uppsala, 1789

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SCNHRB has two copies, both bound in black buckram library bindings with gilt lettering on the front covers

SCNHRB c. 1 (39088003164191) has stamp: Smithsonian Institution National Museum, Richmond Collection; accession no.: 202981. With Richmond's autograph on the verso of the t.p

SCNHRB c. 2 (39088003164183) has stamp: Smithsonian Institution National Museum, Richmond Collection; accession no.: 222409. There are the remnants of former ownership marks on t.p. (i.e., a cropped and illegible ms. ink inscription at top right corner; and an old institutional[?] stamp, also illegible, crossed through multiple times in ms. ink). This copy has had its lower margin cropped approximately 2 cm. shorter than c. 1


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